May 29, 2023

Media sources reported that the Turkish authorities have taken a new decision regarding the issuance of Turkish passports for investors.

The sources said that the decision included making amendments to the passport issuance processes. She added that the duration of passports for exporters and investors has been extended from two years to four years.

She indicated that this decision was signed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and it was published in the Official Gazette. The sources also pointed out that the name (Ministry of Economy) was changed to the Ministry of Commerce.

Under this amendment, the process of issuing the Turkish passport for investors is also by submitting a request to the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Commerce. She also stressed that stamped passports are granted to company officials whose average annual export volume in the past three years is higher than the value determined by them. Council of Ministers.

And media sources previously reported that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed a new decision regarding 6 major universities in Turkey.

The sources said that the president issued a decision appointing 6 deans in 6 Turkish universities, noting that the decision was published in the Official Gazette to be effective as of his notification.

The sources indicated that the presidential appointments came in accordance with Article 13 of Higher Education Law No. 2547 and Articles 2, 3 and 7 of Presidential Decree No. 3 regarding appointments in universities and higher education institutions.

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